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To whom it may concern at IMDB.
My name is Antonin Baudry. I am the director of the film « Le Chant du Loup (The Wolf’s Call) » and its writer. As you can easily see on the poster that is shown on the IMDB page of my film.
I was also the co-writer of the film Quai d’Orsay under the pen name Abel Lanzac.
The information currently on IMDB is wrong. There is no mention of my name on my own film’s page. It is a prejudice for me and I need it to be corrected.
The correct information, which is very easy to verify (just check the credits in the film, or the poster of the film), is
For Quai d’Orsay
Writer : Antonin Baudry (as Abel Lanzac)
For Le Chant du Loup (The Wolf’s Call)
Director : Antonin Baudry
Writer : Antonin Baudry.
My personal page must be at my name : Antonin Baudry.
Currently there is none. When someone types my name, they find nothing. The content that is currently in the « Abel Lanzac » page must be under my actual name Anotnin Baudry. Once again, Abel Lanzac does not exist, it is only my pen name.
I need this to be corrected now once and for all. There has been already a lot of requests by my producer.
Again, the current situation and the repeated refusal to provide the correct information on your website is a prejudice to me and my carreer.
We have sent many many requests to change the pages, but it never worked out.
1) The explanatory comments are not included in the email receipt.
2) In the new tracking page, comments sometimes seem to be attached to the wrong item. Well, they are definitely in the wrong place. When I pull up the history, they are correctly attached, so I don't think this is causing any issues in processing, just in presentation. Here are samples from submission #190828-150928-314000. (I hope this is properly formatted in the final posting because it's a mess in composition.) In both cases, the comment shown actually appeared for a different item in the submission, and the item had a different comment -- the Synergy School item had an URL for the school and other info, and the IDG item mentioned that it's probably International Data Group but I can't tell from the credits.